Thời gian: 14h, ngày 28/8/2017
Địa điểm: Phòng bảo vệ LATS, tầng 5 nhà S1, Học viện KTQS
Abstract of talk: The forthcoming 5G wireless is expected to provide a platform on which various applications can be implemented: from enhanced mobile broadband, to massive machine type, and ultra reliable low latency communications. Depending on the application, key performance indicators are related to the peak and user experience data rates, network energy efficiency, connectivity density, and latency to mention only a few. To reach the 5G requirements, new technologies have emerged, stirring up significant research in both industry and academia.
This talk will discuss the applications and performance requirements of 5G, enabling technologies, as well as standardization efforts. Additionally, it will provide insights into recent results achieved in our research group, related to non-orthogonal multiple access, full duplex and D2D communications.
Presenter’s biography: Octavia A Dobre is a Professor and Research Chair with Memorial University, Canada. Previously, she was with New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA and Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Dobre was the recipient of a Royal Society Scholarship, UK and a Fulbright Fellowship, USA. Dr. Dobre was a Visiting Professor at the Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA.
Her research interests include 5G technologies, blind signal identification and parameter estimation techniques, cognitive radio systems, as well as optical and underwater communications.
Dr. Dobre serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Communications Letters. She was an editor and guest editor for prestigious journals, and co-chair of technical symposia at various conferences, including IEEE GLOBECOM and ICC. She is the Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Signal Processing for Communications and Electronics Technical Committee, Chair of the IEEE ComSoc WICE standing committee, as well as a member-at-large of the Administrative Committee of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society.